One taken into custody following NW Oklahoma City chase
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – One person is in custody after leading police on a chase in northwest Oklahoma City. Just before 2:30 a.m. Monday, police pulled over a stolen vehicle near NW 10th and Rockwell. Oklahoma City police tell News 4 the vehicle stopped, but that’s when the driver bailed on foot. After about a 20-minute chase, officers found the man in a neighborhood. Police say the man was found at a home near Rockwell and Melrose Lane. A weapon was also recovered, according to police. The man, whose name has not yet been released, was taken into custody. There were no reports of any injuries. ——— ©2019 KFOR-TV, Oklahoma City Visit KFOR-TV, Oklahoma City at www.kfor.
New York CityJames O’Neill will resign Monday to take a job in the private sector, according to multiple sources familiar with the decision.
Mayor Bill de Blasio will schedule a Monday afternoon news conference to make the announcement and name a replacement, the sources said.
The mayor met with seniorofficials over the weekend, including extensive meetings with Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea and First Deputy Commissioner Ben Tucker, according to sources.
Chile leader Pinera says will not resign over protests
Chile's President Sebastian Pinera said Tuesday he will not resign in the face of deadly protests over inequality and poor social conditions that have entered their third week. Asked by the BBC in an interview whether he will step down, the billionaire conservative leader said: "No." Asked by the BBC in an interview whether he will step down, the billionaire conservative leader said: "No.
O’Neill has been police commissioner since the Chelsea bombing in September 2016 and has seen the department through two other terror attacks: the Halloween truck attack on the west side and the detonation of a pipe bomb beneath the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
O’Neil has also overseen a continued drop in crime and a reduction in arrests, but part of his administration was haunted by difficult decisions after the death of Eric Garner, which cost him a loss of faith among some in the rank and file.
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3 found hiding in dumpster after leading police on chase in Oklahoma City, police say .
Three people were found hiding in a dumpster after leading police on a chase overnight in Oklahoma City, police officials confirmed. Sign up for our Newsletters According to police, officers tried to pull over a car near Northwest 61st Street and Shartel. The driver failed to stop, leading police on a chase. Police said the suspect vehicle crashed near Southeast 32nd Street and Shields. Two women and a man got out of the car and ran away. AfterAccording to police, officers tried to pull over a car near Northwest 61st Street and Shartel. The driver failed to stop, leading police on a chase.